Reloader Introduction

at_liberty

New Member
I reload 13 cartridges plus 12 gauge. I also have a MEC for .410 but haven't used it yet. I have a couple Lee presses and a Hornady Lnl AP, covering single stage, turret, and progressive. Visits by those interested in reloading or seeing one of these machines in action are welcome. I am in Six Mile, SC. Send a message.
 
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Crunchy Frog

Active Member
I'm seeing lots of people expressing interest in "rolling their own", especially folks from California who can no longer buy ammo online and have it shipped to their homes. In my opinion the very best way to learn is by finding an experienced mentor who will show you the ropes. I've seen at_liberty's posts on another forum and can attest that "he knows that of which he speaks". He's made a very generous offer.
 
I reload 13 cartridges plus 12 gauge. I also have a MEC for .410 but haven't used it yet. I have a couple Lee presses and a Hornady Lnl AP, covering single stage, turret, and progressive. Visits by those interested in reloading or seeing one of these machines in action is welcome to visit. I am in Six Mile, SC. Send a message.
Hello At_Liberty,

I've been reloading for a while and just curious which cartridges you reload?
 

11B3XCIB

Member
I’ve been loading for 6 years: .223, .308, .243, as well as a variety of 9mm, 45ACP, .380, and want to start loading some .38/.357.

If I build a new rifle like a 224V, I’ll load for it also
 

at_liberty

New Member
Hello At_Liberty,

I've been reloading for a while and just curious which cartridges you reload?
  1. 32 S&W Long
  2. 32 H&R Magnum
  3. 327 Federal Magnum
  4. 38 Special
  5. 357 Magnum
  6. 40 S&W
  7. 41 Special
  8. 41 Magnum
  9. 44 Special
  10. 44-40
  11. 44 Magnum
  12. 45 ACP
  13. 45 Colt
  14. 9 mm

    I have rifle in 30-30 and 223 but have only done an introductory loading on the 223. The rest is just to ensure I have ammo in survival mode.
 
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